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7   ALGEBRAIC PROPERTIES OF CONVOLUTION       277
(14.7.3)   If the sequence (u^..., un) is convolvable, then so is the sequence

(14.7.3.1)            (//! * fi2 *    * uny = in * #_! *    * /V

For (14.1.4 and 13.7.10) we have

if and only if

f-r

j-r

and these two integrals are equal.

On the other hand, if the sequence (A, u) is convolvable, it does not
necessarily follow that (/*, A) is convolvable (Problem 2). But if G is com-
mutative this will be the case, and we shall have A * \JL = fj. * A.

In particular, it follows from the preceding results that

(14.7.4) On the set M(G) of bounded measures on G, the law of composition
(A, p) i-> A * IJL (together with the vector space structure) defines a C-algebra
structure\ the unit element is the Dirac measure se at the neutral element e ofG.
The set M(G) of compactly supported measures on G is a subalgebra of
Mc(G). The algebra M(G) is commutative if and only ifG is commutative.

The fact that G is commutative if M(G) is commutative follows from the
formula (14.6.1.2).

If G is discrete, the algebra M(G) consists of all linear combinations
]T as8&, where as = 0 for all but a finite number of points s e G (3.16.3), and

seG

the formula (14.6.1.2) shows that

seG        /       \seG

This is what is called in algebra the group algebra of the group G over the
field C.f*4.(G), hence is (A * ^)-integrable, and we have